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No. 6 LSU (3-0) returns to Tiger Stadium on Saturday night to face Louisiana Tech (2-0). Kickoff is set for 6:02 pm CT on ESPNU and calling the game will be Mike Couzens and Kirk Morrison.

LSU's all-time record against Louisiana Tech is 18-1. The series first began in 1901 with the Tigers beating the Bulldogs 57-0 in Ruston. LSU's largest victory over Tech was 71-0 in 1930.

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The key to LSU’s success so far this season has been its ability to prevent turnovers on offense and cause them on defense. A season after tying the NCAA record with just eight turnovers in all of 2017, LSU is the only team in the country yet to turn the ball over in 2018, and Dave Aranda’s defense has forced seven – two fumbles and five interceptions – in three games.

“It’s something that we work on,” Orgeron said. “It’s all about the ball. I’m proud of (LSU offensive coordinator Steve) Ensminger. It takes all 11 to protect the football. Obviously some great decisions. Good ball security by our backs. It’s an overall team effort.” Read more.
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JimBob4LSU69 months
PATHETIC. How much are we PAYING Aranda? If we can't beat La. Tech, how in the Hell can we beat anybody good?
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bringit321069 months
Treat it as a scrimmage game. No one get hurt. Have JB practice 20 to 30 yard completions.
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JimBob4LSU69 months
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Cajunboy4669 months
Tigers 45 bulldawgs 13
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Rabbs and QStick69 months
Go dawgs
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AMac69 months
Offense! Offense! Offense! ???? SEC Gauntlet right around the corner.
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LSUvet7269 months
Keep squeezing ‘ dem balls boys......
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